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WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH 12, LORD SALISBURY'S DESPATCH. The nation will read with unfeigned pleasure the despatch of Lord Salisbury which

WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH 12, LORD SALISBURY'S DESPATCH. The nation will read with unfeigned pleasure the despatch of Lord Salisbury which

is published this morning. It has never doubted the assurances given Ministers that the Treaty of Berlin would be satisfactorily executed; still, it has been painfully aware that immense diftb eultics stand in the way. Russia, with her usual audacity, has tried to throw the blam
March 12, 1879 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE ZULU CAMPAIGN.

THE ZULU CAMPAIGN.

The skip Andean, which loft Woolwich with drafts artillery for the Cape, is heavily laden with stores, having in her magazines 3,000,000 rounds of Martini-Henry cartridges, and 3,000,000 rounds of Snider. A Gatling gun has been added to the equipment of the ammunition column. A
March 12, 1879 - Globe - London, London, England
 
A TERRIBLE VOYAGE.

A TERRIBLE VOYAGE.

TERRIBLE VOYAGE. Information was received Liverpool yesterday terrible sufferings experienced the crew—•twenty-one all told—of the snip Home, of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. fortnight after leaving Antwerp, on a voyage to Philadelphia, the Homo sprang leak during a severe gale, and for
March 12, 1879 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE NAVAL BATTLE OFF IQUIQIJE. Official reports of the naval engagement off Iquique, according to telegram from New York the

THE NAVAL BATTLE OFF IQUIQIJE. Official reports of the naval engagement off Iquique, according to telegram from New York the

Daily News, show that the Huascar was admirably handled. She had the enemy between her own s and the field artillery on shore. She discharged eight suells three hundred pounds against the Esmeralda, one of which exploded in the engine-room, _ killed all the machinists. As the se
June 25, 1879 - Globe - London, London, England
 
CABMEN’S SHELTER FUND.

CABMEN’S SHELTER FUND.

The twenty-second cabmen’s shelter, erected the committee of tho Cabmen’s Shelter Fund, has been placed the cab-stand near the Putney railway station, where tho want “shelter” has been muc i felt the cabmen during tho past severe winter. The committee are indebted to Mrs, Blair,
June 25, 1879 - Globe - London, London, England
 
£ TUESDAY; 19, "ten*.

£ TUESDAY; 19, "ten*.

PASSING EVENTS & APPOINTMENTS. TO-MORROW, August 20. Sutton Park, Stockton, Canterburv, and Races. Yachting: Royal Albert Yacht Club Regatta. Cricket: Windmill Hill—Gentlemen M.C.C. t. Windmill Hill. British Association Oponinir address by the president. Professor G. J. Allman.
August 19, 1879 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE SUBSCRIPTION

THE SUBSCRIPTION

“THK GLOBE” any part of the United Kingdom) . ' Fifth Edition M. pot Qoartor. Special * •» —Gonerai Sow.-andall talcgrema up hoaT. Country Babacribors can receive either of these Editions by the flrrt delivery «ie following day. To Subscribers who reside some distance from Stati
March 28, 1879 - Globe - London, London, England
 
ITANDARD SCREWED

ITANDARD SCREWED

iOOTS and SHOES, BLACKING^ and SHOES -YyiTH GOODi EAR'S STEEL SPRING?
September 5, 1879 - Globe - London, London, England
 
LONDON MARKETS THIS DAT.

LONDON MARKETS THIS DAT.

Corn : The market opened with a t'nn attendance and little in* quirv, prices nominally the same a? on Wednesday. Messrs. John Shaw and Sons, 37, Mark-lane, E.C., report the seed market o-h exceedingly firm. It is now certain that all English crops are very deficient, and in some
September 5, 1879 - Globe - London, London, England